But did I panic? Nope. I swiftly went into action, decapitating one almost immediately. Then I grabbed another, snapping each of its legs off one by one before ripping into its body. I dispatched 6 or 7 in rather sadistic fashion before regaining my composure. Then I gathered all the remaining arachnids together, put them in a box, and mailed them to my friend Froot Loop as a birthday gift. Isn't that such a wonderfull idea? Wouldn't you just be so appreciative of a friend who sent you such a lovely gift? Sure you would. And I am very sure she was quite thrilled to open that package and find a dozen or so big ugly spiders. Hopefully they survived the trip relatively unscathed, because broken spiders aren't nearly as good a birthday present as whole ones. Wouldn't you agree?
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October 28, 2005 02:25 AM PDT
remind me never to ask a gift from you. :p
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October 25, 2005 05:35 AM PDT
Oh, those are awesome! Now I know what I'm sending Hoot for a Christmas gift!
October 24, 2005 05:29 PM PDT
Ms. Mac: Thanks. They taste yummy, too. :)
Jilly: Yes, I bake & own a cute dog. I even cook good, too.
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October 24, 2005 11:15 AM PDT
Corrr! they look great!
October 24, 2005 09:47 AM PDT
You made those yourself? A man that has a cute dog. A man that bakes. *swoons*
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